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Definition of "campaigned" []

  • A series of coordinated activities, such as public speaking and demonstrating, designed to achieve a social, political, or commercial goal (noun)
  • A number of complementary operations aimed at achieving a single objective, usually constrained by time or geographic area (noun)
  • To conduct, serve in, or go on a campaign (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of campaign. (verb)

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Use "campaigned" in a sentence
  • "Crazy Shelly has a host of pet preachers who have campaigned from the pulpit on her behalf."
  • "A page right out of what McCain campaigned on … Change …. you can believe in!"
  • "Last time Iain campaigned in the area I live in he managed to increased the number of Lib Dem vote by several thousand so I am hopeful he will be able to repeat again ."